Written label: "Greetings by Reg, Eva, Mrs. Sikes." Flip side labeled "Jokes, 12/6/49." Flip side coating cracked and unplayable.
Track begins with "Reg" speaking:
"Well, greetings to all our friends and relatives down in Memphis this evening. Friends, we're over at Evalina's I am tonight. Of course Miss Sikes is here and the babies are asleep; little Danny and Joyce both are asleep. Bucky's gone downtown to see about a music job for this week; he and that fine musician that plays with him, Mr Kibbler. Oh he's a fiddle player from way back. And we're just kind of taking it easy sitting here. Miss Sikes, she's very comfortable, and her mouth is fixed just like it usually is [laughter] and I'm just waiting to get into the same thing. So, Evalina how bout you sayin something now to the folks?"
Greetings sent by Regina, Evalina, and "Mother" Sikes to various friends and relatives, including "Jimmy," overseas in Germany (perhaps in the armed forces).
Track ends with the three women singing a capella a 1932 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long song: "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine."
A few bumps along the way but not too many, and not too much noise